The Caddo Herald
September 10, 1926
At the home of W. R. Riddle, 4 miles north of Caddo, Miss Nancy Willan, aged 86, after a lingering illness of many months, passed peacefully away Saturday, September 4. Miss Willan was never married and made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Riddle. Burial was at Center Hill Cemetery.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Springer, a 10-pound boy. Mother and son are doing well. Said son arrived on September 5 and announced that he had come to stay.
Another rain Sunday and prospects of more soon. Cotton is the most complete failure this year that we’ve had since 1921. Many of our farmers are going west to pick cotton as there will be little here to pick.
W. L. McCrory and family have gone to Atoka to do a job of work while waiting for their corn crop to mature.
Oscar Henninger left Monday to attend Durant High School. Oscar is on e of our most prominent young men and we feel sure that he will make good in school at Durant as he did in Caddo.
Our school will close for the summer Sept. 10.
The Caddo Herald
September 17, 1926
Miss Bertha Lashly left Sunday to attend the normal at Durant. She is the primary teacher at Liberty and is held in high esteem by her pupils.
Last Sunday morning about 10 am a big boy came to make his home with Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Dial. Mother and son are doing well.
D. M. Hartman and family, W. R. McCrory and family, and Mr. Cook are leaving this week for the cotton fields to pick cotton through the season, there being no work here.
Raining again today. We need most anything worse than we need rain. All we can do is to take it whether we need it or not.
E. L. McCreary is visiting his wife’s parents near Durant this week.
Mrs. Flossie Snow was on the sick list this week. She was improving when last heard from by yours truly.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Springer spent the evening with their new grandson Sunday evening at the home of J. L. Springer.
Roy Springer of Durant was visiting at Liberty Sunday.